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TVLand Renews ‘Soul Man’ for a Third Season

 

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Cedric The Entertainer‘s show, Soul Man, will live to see a third season.
The new season of the comedy series will premiere in the spring of 2014 with just eight episodes.
“We’re so proud to have this show in our portfolio of sitcoms,” said Jones. “Fans of The Soul Man are the drivers behind the success of the series. Because of their passion, we are able to continuously bring new viewers to the channel.”
For the past two seasons, The Soul Man averaged 3.7 rating among African American women 25-54 and a 3.0 rating with African-American Adults 25-54, according to Nielsen.

Betty White Pens Letter to Fans

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Betty White s gearing up for the LIVE premiere of Hot in Cleveland tomorrow night (June 19)!

To show her gratitude to fans, the iconic actress has penned a letter (above). In the letter, White guarantees that even though the cast tends to joke around, there will be no mistakes during the live broadcast. A pretty gutsy prediction, but White is no novice to acting, so she should do just fine.

TV Land will be sharing the messages with Betty & the cast by live-streaming messages 8-10p on-air before the LIVE premiere of Hot in Cleveland at 10/9c! Please click here to send your well-wishes.

 

Read the rest of Betty white’s letter below!

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Niecy Nash Covers JET Magazine

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Niecy Nash and her colorful flower cover the new issue of JET magazine.

The actress is gearing up for the premiere of the second season of TVLand’s Soul Man on June 19. With a new book in bookstores around the globe, Nash has a lot to talk about. Check out a sneak peek below.

On being mistaken for Kym Whitley, Sherri Shepherd and Yvette Nicole Brown:

“It’s dangerous when we all have our curly hair on at the same time.”

On there being so few Black comedic actresses:

“People don’t ask 10 White women with blond hair how they feel— and there are a million of them— when they are compared to each other because it’s perceived as if they are all doing something different. But Black comedic actresses are compared because there are so few of us.”

For more with Nash, pick up the latest issue of JET , on newsstands now.

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